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led to the death of the u.s. ambassador to the u.s. and a staffer and other people may be dead or injured right now. >> steve: the report coming to us. the state department said they have nothing for us right now. according to reuters, the ambassor and his team were trying to move to a safer place when they were hit. >> brian: the iran pastor put out a voand it seems like yesterday they were celebrating our entrance there and cheering us as saviors as we got rid of qaddafi and now trying to kill our state department officials . we are trying to get confirmation if they lost their lives due to a rocket attack. >> >> gretchen: the film depicts mohammed as a womanizer and pedophile and fraud and bound to offend many muslims. it within out on youtube, the trailer for it. and that has caused violence in libya and no better in egypt right now. we have seen the crowd shouts and that is cairo right now. >> steve: keep in mind the danish cartoonist simply drew a image of mohammed and that caused him to wind up losing his life. muslims find it offensive to depict mohammed in any fashion
is expected to talk about the ongoing situation in libya, following the killing of a u.s. ambassador and three americans at the consalate. when he begins, we will take you there live. also, at this hour, you are looking live outside the u.s. embass necairo, egypt, where yesterday violent protesters breached the embassy walls walld replaced the american flog with one similar to the one use by al qaeda, hours before the one in libbia. this, as u.s. officials are investigating whether or not the attack on the consalate in lib yafs an organized terrorist attack. a senior administration official, tonight, tells fox news that the attack was too well planned to be considered spontaneous. and it may have been planned to mark the 11-year anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. joining me live from tripoli, from global radio news, terry freal. i understand, there is a growing group again around the embassy. is the american flag flying there? >> reporter: yes, it is, at the moment, yes. >> tell us the latest on ground. >> reporter: on the ground here in tripoli, it is very quiet at the moment. it is 3:00 in the
, u.s. diplomatic posts are on alert this hour. we have witnessed protests in yemen, iraq, egypt, tunisia, bangladesh and, of course, the attack on a u.s. consulate in libya that left four americans, including the u.s. ambassador, dead on the 11-year anniversary of 9/11. that attack first presumed to be linked somehow to a controversial film made by a private citizen in america that depicts the prophet muhammad in a negative light, but now authorities are investigating, and there are reports that this was a preplanned terrorist attack that was intended all along to coincide with september 11th. and this is just some of the disturbing video that's come into the fox newsroom from teams around the globe. these scenes are from egypt earlier today. this is where the protest movement first began, again, query what the protest is about. we were told in egypt it did have to do with the film, but it clearly has gone way beyond that in many cities. angry mobs clashing with police for a third straight day, setting fires in the streets. in libya, an investigation underway on the deadly assau
for next week. and the s&p is up a fraction after having been sharply lower earlier. now at 1407. meantime, the democrats are kicking off their convention today as election day is a little over two months away. with that in mind, looking at how the markets have done between labor day and election day traditionally. in the months leading up to the re-election of president george w. bush in 2004 it was the best period for the markets among the three most recent election cycles. so as we kick off another cycle, should we expect the same thing? >> we're looking at it. let's get to "closing bell exchange." we have brian belske, alan nukman, chris costantinos and steve leasem steve li esman with us. >> there's a very good chance we give back a little bit of these summer gains that have surprised most investors, as most investors remember back in june, july, were so bearish. market ran in their faces a little bit. remember as bill said at the top of the broadcast, september traditionally is the worst month of the year. would not be surprised if we see some weakness. our call is for a rally before
are tracking a busy morning here. we have spoke to folks on the ground outside of the u.s. embassy in yemen. basically the situation is under control. there is couple of thousand of people outside of the embassy and a thousand yemen security fores trying to keep it under control. you have a security house in front of the main building. some of the demonstrators got in and tore down items and did damage but no shots were fired and no injuries were incurred and still a fluid situation there. and as you know in cairo, again through the night there was rock throwing and tear gas shooting by the police against the protestors, this is after the big violence we saw earlier in the week there. there is a call for calm from the president of the egypt today and calls for a peaceful protest and it is not turning out that way in cairo. that happened in cairo and yemen. it is believed to be airing or the distribution of the internet of the u.s. made film, film made in the u.s. critical of the muslim prophet mohammed and nais one motivator for the violence that we saw on tuesday in benghazi in libya. that
the american embassy walls, outraged by the same video they stormed the compou s compounds, and replacing them with black flags and islamic indescription on it all embassy staffers left before the protest. a marine contingent on the grounds. and egyptian security forces nearby. cnn is on the ground in cairo and tripoli. and mona is a journalist on the phone from cairo and we have fran townsend, a cnn national security contributor and a member of the external advisory committee and she visited with libya with her employer, and i want to start with ian. you saw hundreds storming the u.s. embassy in cairo. who are these protesters? how widespread is the anger? what is the situation with the americans in the embassy? since a group of marines are there. >> well, anderson, the marines who are there are stations part of the diplomatic mission to secure the embassy. one of the largest contingents of marines protecting a u.s. embassy in the world. but these protesters were predominantly islamist. people who were any about a film that came out which they say depicts muhammad in a bad light, it calls him
international action could prevent a crisis in part by addressing the harsh impact of the recent u.s. drought. >> there is a risk of more price increases, but at the moment, there is no evidence to suggest that is an inevitability. the very sharp reduction in u.s. production because of the worst drought for 50 years had a major impact on stock levels and on prices. the overall global stock use ratio has fallen to a historic low of just over 13%. in the u.s., is significantly lower than that. >> more than 100 striking miners in south africa have been released from jail after they were arrested during the killings of their colleagues. dozens were initially charged for the murders, despite the fact the victims were in fact shot dead by police. the slain miners were killed more than a week after walking off the job at the marikana platinum mine in a call for higher pay. despite their release, many still face charges and are due to appear in court early next year. for a discussion with the south african ambassador to the united states, you can go to democracynow.org. in israel and the occupied ter
, then the managing editor of "inside u.s. trade" examines the role of the world trade organization. "washington journal" is next. caller: host host: good morning and welcome. we begin with the league to video of mitt romney at a recent fund-raiser. the video first reported by mother jones magazine hit late yesterday afternoon. cable news reported there's more video. a lot of opinions in washington about the video and its impact on campaign 2012. we want to go outside washington and return to the voters this morning. give us your take. and remember, send us your tweets as well. and you can post your comments on facebook. or send us an e-mail. and let me show you the fund- raising video that appeared on mother jones' website yesterday afternoon. >> 47% of the people who vote for the president will vote for the president no matter what. host: governor romney at a fund- raiser earlier this year in private video taken of him. it's all in the papers this morning. here's the baltimore sun -- this i romney was in california and spoke before a hispanic group there and then the video came out. he had a p
find the killer there. the u.s. ambassador, chris stevens died tuesday night after a mob stormed the consulate in benghazi. the violence spreading not only in cairo, you can see live pictures from egypt. spreading in the region and to a certain degree as well. we'll stay on top of the. that's it for us, thank you very much for watching, "ac 360" starts right now. of it. that's it for us. thanks very much for watching. "360" starts right now. >>> breaking news, what appears to be a running battle on the streets of cairo between police and protesters outside and near the u.s. embassy and at a mosque in tahrir square. these are live pictures you're looking at. late new developments in the wake of the siege there yesterday in benghazi, libya, that left four americans dead. including j. christopher stevens, the ambassador to libya who's being remembered as a dedicated and talented advocate for this country overseas. it is hard to overstate the significance of what happened last night at that american consulate in benghazi. he is the first ambassador to be killed in the line of duty in
and water cannons to drive them back. secretary of state hillary clinton says the u.s. is closely watching the developments in yemen and across the region. >> we certainly hope and expect that there will be steps taken to avoid violence and prevent the escalation of protests into violence. >> protestors are back for a third day of riots in cairo, egypt where mass demonstrations are planned for tomorrow. all non-emergency personnel have been ordered out of libya. the pentagon has an additional warship off the libyan coast and a second one will arrive today. president obama spoke to the leaders from yemen and libya last night and asked for the assist en. today we learned one of the identity of the american security guards killed in libya. glen doherty was a private security guard and former navy s.e.a.l. nbc jim maceda is on the ground in cairo. there are calls there, so what's the mood there today? >> reporter: hi. well, those calls for mass protests come from none other than the president himself, mohamed morsi. however, in the same statement, in the same breath almost he demanded that the
to be a running battle on the streets of cairo between police and protesters outside and near the u.s. embassy and at a mosque in tahrir square. these are live pictures you're looking at. late new developments in the wake of the siege there yesterday in benghazi, libya, that left four americans dead. including j. christopher stevens, the ambassador to libya who's being remembered as a dedicated and talented advocate for this country overseas. it is hard to overstate the significance of what happened last night at that american consulate in benghazi. he is the first ambassador to be killed in the line of duty in the last three decades and only the sixth in the entire history of american diplomacy. tonight we're learning that his death and the deaths of three of his staffers may have come not at the hands of a random mob of islamic fundamentalists who were riled up by a shadowy anti-muslim youtube film, instead, sources say that a pro-al qaeda group is the key suspect now and a senior u.s. official says american surveillance drones are expected to join in the hunt for them. the fbi is also inves
-navy s.e.a.l., superstar wrestler, and governor of minnesota. and a surprising theory on who he thinks is behind the anti-american violence in the middle east. and here he is, jesse ventura. good to see you. >> good to see you. good to see you. >> thank you. >> yeah. >> thank you. >> how are you, sir? >> well, i've got to get some water. i've got to get ready for you. i'm doing good. >> well, we've got an hour ahead of us. we'll cover a lot of ground. i want to start with the breakingews, the controversial and apparently secretly taped video of mitt romney at a private fundraiser. the person responsible wants to remain anonymous, but "new york" magazine reports it was passed along by jimmy carter's grandson, james carter iv. cnn has not been able to verify the authenticity of the recordings, but let's take a listen. >> 47% of people who will vote for the president. the 47% with him who are dependent upon government who believe they're victims who believe the government has the responsibility to care for them who believe they're entitled to health care, to food, to housing, to you name
before with a man never afraid to say exactly what he thinks. jesse ventura, the ex-navy s.e.a.l., superstar wrestler and governor of minnesota answers your questions. why he has no time for either the democrats or the republicans. and a surprising theory of who he thinks is behind the anti-american violence in the middle east. and here he is, jesse ventura. good to see you. >> good to see you. thank you. >> come on up. >> thank you. >> how are you? >> i'm good. got to have some water. >> we're going to start with the secretly taped video of mitt romney at a private fund-raiser. let's listen. >> the romney campaign released a statement in response reading -- mitt romney wants to help all americans struggling in the obama economy. as the governor has made clear all year, he is concerned about the money count be on the government, including the record number of people who are on stood stamps and the 23 million americans who are struggling to find work. jesse ventura, you were shaking your head, murmuring obscenities. apparently you weren't impressed. this says half the americ
with her employer, and i want to start with ian. you saw hundreds storming the u.s. embassy in cairo. who are these protesters exactly? how widespread is this anger? and what is the situation with the americans in the embassy since a oup of marines are there? >> reporter: well, anderson, the marine who is are there are stationed in part of the diplomatic mission to secure the embassy. e of the largest contingents of marines protecting a u.s. embassy in the world. but these protesters were predominantly islamist. they say it insults the profits, it called him a womanizer, a homosexual, someone who molests children, things that muslims would find offensive. so there was roughly 1,000 people out there. going and we saw a handful of people storm the embassy, perimeter, they tore down the american flag. security forces on the site. they did show up to separate the protesters from the embassy, but it was a bit late, later after the protesters were able to get in there. that's a question a lot of people are asking, is why the security forces didn't come soon enough. and egyptian officials are al
at the obama administration's evolving attempts to explain who's responsible for the deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in libya. is the confusion becoming a political liability? and mitt romney says he has a little secret. you're going to hear him predict he'll win a state most experts think is safely in president obama's column. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> we're down to just 39 days until the presidential election. in about 20 minutes the president begins a series of fundraisers right here in washington. those are the only public events on his calendar today. yet this is the same day the president didn't have time for a face-to-face meeting with the israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu who's in new york. instead they spoke by phone. here's cnn's white house correspondent dan lothian. dan. >> reporter: wolf, the white house always stresses that the president and prime minister netanyahu are in touch frequently. they downplay any daylight between the two leaders. but they didn't meet face-to-face this week. and so one phone call is getting a lot of attention. p
with the strategic points of this problem. the alliance with u.s. is the most important and strategic asset to israel, and that we have to keep in mind. and i think while saying it, that any decision, if and when it will be taken, should take into consideration this top priority thing of keeping the alliance with the u.s. strong and reliable. reliable takes me to the most interesting problem that i see, that reliability is not the strongest point between the sides right now. each one is expecting the other side, each side suspecting the other side it's not putting all the cards on the table, and doing things behind the back, et cetera, et cetera. and i think that we have to reveal the understanding between the side, to review in order to enable us all to get to the right decision and the right timing. and it's all about timing, because we have two scales. the israeli scale and the american skew. and those two scales are not meeting for the time being unless one watch will stop, and then the other one will reach the same time. but so far as long as both of them are rolling in different speed, there is
from obtaining a nuclear weapon. prime minister netanyahu has been pressuring the u.s. to lay down a so-called red line on iran that would prompt military action. at the u.n. he used a prop to drive home his point. >> a red line should be drawn right here. before iran completes the second stage of nuclear enrichment necessary to make a bomb. >> reporter: while some have accused the prime minister of pressuring the president to help gop nominee mitt romney, mr. netanyahu has said his actions are not tied to the u.s. political calendar. the white house downplays any friction between the two leaders and brushes aside criticism that there was no face-to-face meeting. >> the president has met with and spent time on the phone with prime minister netanyahu more than with any leader since he took office. and that is reflective of the importance of and the closeness of the relationship between the united states and israel. >> reporter: the white house would not say if the two leaders talked about the so-called red line, which of course is a key issue. and no specifics on how they will stop iran
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, pakistan. hundreds of lawyers, believe it or not, forcing their way into an area that houses the u.s. embassy and other foreign missions shouting anti-u.s. slogans, burning the american flag. briefly getting into an area before police managed to push them back. that is where we start. a few more hot spots to get to. i'm bill hemmer. on we go again. martha: very familiar pictures these days. i'm martha maccallum. we have violent demonstrations breaking out in east jerusalem to show you. angry mobs chanting, we will all sacrifice ourselves for the prophet muhammad. hundreds of people hurling rocks and fireworks and all of that aimed at israeli security forces. bill: a prosecutor in egypt issued a arrest warrant for several people here in the u.s. with ties to that film some believe started all this. this is a former u.s. ambassador in iraq, in afghanistan, warns that what we're seeing today might only be the tip of the iceberg. >> we're at the beginning of the air awakening. when the tv lights went off in tahrir square, you know, after mubarak stepped down, you know, like usual we said
. >> rick: new s in a tough race oust florida, rang congressman west unveiled new attack ad, featuring his opponent's mugshot. peter doocy has more. >> reporter: the incumbent in the race for the see the in the 18th district lt. colonel allen west, a republican is trying give voters a clear choice, called one of the most devastating contrast ads. >> february 16th, 2003 fort hood, texas colonel west just received deployment orders and prepares his men to go to war. that night miami, patrick murphy thrown out of a club for fighting covered in alcohol, unable to stan. >> reporter: murphy campaign defending their candidate. by shining a light on an incident where west shot a gun near the head of an iraqi he was interrogating he was fined $5,000 before being allowed to retire with full benefits. murphy camp's take is west is attacking murphy for a mistake he made as a teenager. >> reporter: internal poll taken this week puts congressman west ahead by 11, 52-41. last month a poll had the two virtually tied. murphy 47, west 46. it is close, rick. >> rick: peter, thanks. >> arthel: new fallout ove
spooked investors. s&p 500 is now its longest slide since july. the blue-chips closed down 44 points. mixed bag on the housing front. the commerce department reported median home prices are at highest level since 2007. august's 17% year-over-year leap is the biggest for the howing market since september of 2004. however new home sales did slide. worries of global growth in europe sent oil prices tumbling 1 1/2% settling below $90 for the first time in august. just as the president of iran wraps up his visit to the u.n. here in new york, a new investigation reveals that the largest oil trading firm in the world is buying and selling iranian oil practically at will. what about the sanctions imposed by both the u.s. and the european union? are they worth the paper they're even written on? i'm joined by stuart holiday, former ambassador to the u.n. and president and ceo of meridian international center. thank you so much for joining us, ambassador. we appreciate it. >> thank you. melissa: this story is really amazing. there were a bunch of fantastic reporters over at reuters who dug this
scaled the walls of the u.s. embassy and replaced the american flag with a black, islamist flag. the a.p. is report that this replacement flag is similar to a banner used by al qaeda and that some in the crowd were chanting, quote, we are osama. they were protesting a u.s.-produced film that attacks the prophet mohammed. there are no american injuries or casualties. this is the first time ever that the u.s. embassy in cairo was breached. we will continue to follow this development out of the region. much more coming up on this program. but first, we begin way "hannity" cable exclusive. bob woodward is the author of a brand-new book that has all of washington talking, called "the price of politics" and it takes you into the negotiating rooms of the capitol and the white house and exposes how the president tried and failed to restore the american economy. now this book raises some very serious questions about the president's ability to look beyond politics and lead the nation during times of great consequence. and here to talk about that and much more is the man himself, the author of "t
libya. ian, you saw hundreds storming the u.s. embassy there in cairo. who are these protesters exactly? how widespread is this ageer? and what is the situation with the americans in that embassy right now since the ambassador live there is and a group of marines are there? >> reporter: the marines who are there are part of the diplomatic mission and it's one of the large els contingents of marines protecting a u.s. embassy in the world. but these protesters, they were predominantly islamists, people angry about a film that came out which they say depicts muhammad in a bad light, which they say insults the prophet. they say it calls him a womanizer, a homosexual, someone who molests children, things that muslims find offensive. so there was roughly a thousand people out there, we saw a handful of people storm the embassy perimeter. they tore down the american flag. security forces were off on the side. they did show up to separate the protesters in the embassy. but it was a bit later after the protesters were able to get in there. that's a question a lot of people are asking is why the
pages dedicated to the victims. this is "the orange county register." "a major breakthrough for u.s.- backed efforts in that country." host: we will be talking about the state of al qaeda later this morning on "the washington journal." california, independent line, you are next. caller: terry here, a quick reminder, new york, new york, and las vegas, they still displayed those in a special room and they switch them round every so often. i did meet them at the hotel. i did not know it was him. he asked me one question, but did it change the policy and israel? i said i don not think that anything destroyed anywhere would change our policy and anything. he kept coming on the television and i kept saying i knew that guy. host: that was terry in california. mitt romney and paul ryan have put out statements today about the 9/11 anniversary. paul ryan saying that today is a day to remember and pay tribute. the vice presidential nominee there. candidate, excuse me. and then mitt romney said that this was a somber day where we stand tall for peace and freedom. here is a story from "the washi
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